A WOMAN who accuses her partner of trying to drown her in the bath is due to give evidence this morning on the second day of his trial for attempted murder.

Richard Evans denies the attempted murder of Jane Webster who said she feared she would die in the bath at his home in Ronkswood Hill, Worcester. The trial of the 48-year-old got underway at Worcester Crown Court yesterday.

Read a report on the first day of the trial here

Yesterday the jury was played her video interview in which she recounted how she says the defendant tried to drown her in the bath on July 4 last year, screaming for help and saying she feared she would never see her grandson again.

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Miss Webster said she could not remember how she was able to get out of the bath. She was taken to hospital where she had a CT scan and no injuries were discovered.

"I felt like I had been in a room with Mike Tyson" she said.

The defendant has already admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm and making threats to kill but denies he intended to kill her.

Today she is expected to give live evidence to the jury. The case is being prosecuted by Jennifer Josephs. Nicholas Berry is defending Evans. The trial is being heard by Judge Nicolas Cartwright.

The trial continues.